We’ve posted about Daniel Widrig’s 3D printed plaster, sugar + sake chairs and “spider table” before on our blog. He has now stepped onto the catwalk with his customizable, wearable sculptures. At 3D Printing Industry:
Daniel Widrig’s own designs feature matte forms that defy traditional accessory categories. The kind of iconoclast approach to fashion can be directly attributed to 3D printing and its continual integration into various art and design mediums allowing for approaches previously only fit for niche audiences. Widrig’s design can only be categorized as wearable sculptures because they are not necklaces or any other label typical in fashion. He has literally created wearable art. In his case, the body inspired the sculptures.
Pictured above: “Escapism Couture No. 2”
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